November 18, 2016

Working together with families in a partnership of teachers, staff and community members to provide an individualized learning environment that fosters high achievement in core and elective areas; preparing students for life-long success.

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Just a friendly reminder that the reimbursement deadline for all 1st semester purchases (dated 6/1/16 - 12/1/16) of curriculum, non profit vendor services, school supplies, and internet services is December 2, 2016 at the close of business (4:00 p.m.).

We highly suggest that you do not wait until December 2nd to submit requests. In fact, families are encouraged to begin submitting your requests (with the proper documentation) as soon as possible to avoid the backlog and potential delays that come with the last minute submissions by our 530 + families.

If you have any questions, please contact your sponsor teacher:

Valerie Burgess: burgess_valerie@asdk12.org - (907) 952-3317

Happy Chronister: chronister_happy@asdk12.org - (907) 240-7244

Teresa Hintze: hintze_teresa@asdk12.org - (907) 360-3446

Kristin Jackson: jackson_kristin@asdk12.org - (907) 230-1109

Teresa Kress: kress_teresa@asdk12.org - (907) 230-7938

Lynnetta Marcellus: marcellus_lynnetta@asdk12.org - (907) 444-7366

Anna Roys: roys_anna@asdk12.org - (907) 317-2750

Note: FPCS will not reimburse families for purchases and expenses incurred prior to your enrollment.

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Thanksgiving Message

As we enter the 2016 holiday season, I would like to take this opportunity to wish everyone a safe and bountiful Thanksgiving holiday and thank each and every member of the Family Partnership Charter School community for all the things that you do so freely and with such energy, enthusiasm, and indomitable spirit. These actions (big or small) make a positive difference in the lives of all of our students and is truly what makes FPCS such a wonderful place to work and go to school. Your collective effort to streamlining for continuous improvement have helped Family Partnership evolve and grow into a true school of choice.

To the Anchorage School District: Thank you for all of the hard work that goes on behind the scenes to support Family Partnership Charter School. Your embrace and understanding of our unique program needs; and willingness to see them as opportunities rather than challenges has truly benefited our students and helped us feel like we matter.

To the FPCS Administrative & Business Office Staff: Thank you for all your hard work. Our school wouldn't be the same without your "can do" attitude and focus on providing service with a smile.

To the FPCS Faculty: Thank you for all the time and effort you put into making our school so special. I know that change can be challenging and sometimes overwhelming. Thank you for showing courage, flexibility, and willingness to adjust your sails and to focus first on what is best for our school and our students has righted our course and positioned us for an even brighter future.

To our FPCS Families: Thank you for choosing Family Partnership Charter School. I am so happy you are here and humbled by the trust you placed in us. Family Partnership realizes that we are not the only correspondence/charter school out there and are 100% committed to being there to support you in your homeschooling efforts.

Thank you for making your child's education a top priority and for encouraging them to do the best they can. Each time you sit down with your child to read a book, explore new topics, and do homework, you reinforce the importance of school and learning.

I am grateful be associated with families, staff, faculty at Family Partnership, and the Anchorage School District. Thank you for your hard work, support, and understanding. There is no place that I'd rather be.


Deanne Carroll


Parents it's time again for the winter Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) screening. Family Partnership will be testing Monday, December 5th - Friday, December 16th.

If you have not already done so, please sign your K-8 student(s) up for a test session with your sponsor teacher. Snacks will be provided however we encourage all students to eat a hearty breakfast or lunch prior to testing.

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Congratulations to the following students who have turned in their activity logs for the FPCS Healthy Futures Challenge. Thank you parents and teachers for encouraging your students to get out and play at least 30 minutes a day. It's still not too late to get involved.

Damon Alston

Connor Anderson

Gavin Anderson

Liliam Anderson

Ethan Clark

Logan Clark

Lee Cole - Parent

Samantha Cole

Zachary Cole

Liam Durand

Andrew Fick

Evelyn Field

Elizabeth Hughes

Preston Kwon

Liam Lockard

Hannah Nelson

Jonathan Payne

Heidi Percy

Darshia Roberts - Parent

Althia Schoppert

Braeden Schoppert

Keller Skoglund

Contact Teresa Kress: kress_teresa@asdk12.org or 230-7938 for more information.

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2017 BP Alaska Principal’s Scholarship Program

BP has partnered with the Alaska Principals Foundation (APF) to award 25 graduating seniors across Alaska each with a one-time $4,000 scholarship. Since the BP Principals Scholarship began 30 years ago, BP has contributed over $3.5 million to support the continuing education of deserving students.

Every high school Principal in Alaska may nominate one graduating senior from their school for the BP Alaska Principal’s Scholarship. The APF board of directors selects the 25 scholarship winners.

If interested, please provide the following information to Principal Carroll by the close of business (4:00 p.m.) Friday, January 13, 2017. Principal Carroll may nominate ONLY ONE student from FPCS and will need time to consider all candidate qualifications.

  • ACT/SAT Scores
  • Academic achievement,
  • Community/school involvement,
  • Leadership potential,
  • Financial need,
  • How the scholarship will assist the student in meeting personal goals and aspirations,
  • How the student excels compared to other students eligible for this scholarship,
  • One page (typed) letter, stating why you deserve the scholarship (PDF/Word only)

2017 Society of Women Engineers Scholarship

The Society of Women Engineers Greatland Section is pleased to offer one $2,000 and two $1,500 scholarships to female high school seniors in Alaska planning to pursue a degree in engineering.

ELIGIBILITY Applicant must be a young woman who:

  • is a high school senior in Alaska
  • intends to enroll in an ABET-accredited engineering program at a four-year college or university.

EVALUATION CRITERIA: Applications will be evaluated based on:

  • Essay
  • Activities and Honors/Awards
  • Letters of Recommendation
  • Academic Performance
  • Work/Technical Experience
  • Application Presentation

An electronic copy of the application is available on the SWE Greatland Section website at www.swealaska.org. Application deadline is Wednesday, February 15, 2017.

For more information contact:

Rebecca Carroll

SWE-Greatland Section Scholarship Chair


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Superintendent: Dr. Deena Paramo (742-4312)

Board President: Tam Agosti-Gisler‌‌ (742-1101 ext. 4)